harm n: loss of or damage to a person's right, property, or physical or mental well-being: injury
harm vt

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I noun aggravation, balefulness, bedevilment, damage, damnum, deadliness, detriment, detrimentum, disablement, disservice, evil, hurt, hurtfulness, ill consequence, ill-treatment, impairment, injury, malignance, malignancy, malignity, mischief, misfortune, mutilation, noxiousness, perniciousness, ruin, scathe, scourge, virulence associated concepts: accidental harm, bodily harm, forseeable harm, irreparable harm, unreasonable risk of harm II verb abuse, adulterate, afflict, aggravate, attack, be malevolent, bruise, cause pain, corrode, corrupt, cripple, damage, debase, deface, demolish, devastate, disadvantage, disfigure, disserve, do evil, do mischief, do violence, endamage, exacerbate, hurt, ill-treat, ill-use, impair, incapacitate, infect, inflict injury, injure, laedere, maim, maltreat, mar, misuse, mutilate, nocere, pervert, plague, pollute, ravage, ruin, scathe, scourge, smite, spoil, subvert, worsen, wound, wrong associated concepts: accidental harm, bodily harm, forseeable harm, irreparable harm, unreasonable harm foreign phrases:
- Error scribentls nocere non debit. — An error made by a clerk ought not to prejudice
- Qui jure suo utitur, nemini faclt injuriam. — One who exercises his legal rights, injures no one.
III index abuse (violate), annoy, assault, cost (penalty), damage (noun), damage (verb), detriment, disable, disadvantage (noun), disadvantage (verb), disaster, disservice, drawback, endanger, eviscerate, expense (sacrifice), harrow, ill use, impair, impairment (damage), infect, inflict, injury, mischief, mistreat, molest (annoy), penalize, prejudice (injury), prejudice (injure), spoil (impair), strike (assault), wrong

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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